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TABLE 1. Examples of previously documented abnormal Ogygopsis klotzi and the suggested predator groups.

Morphology of injury Proposed predator Publication
‘U’-shaped injury on right side of thorax impacting thoracic segments 3-6 Possibly Anomalocaris Rudkin (1979, fig. 1A, B)
‘W’-shaped injury on left side of thorax impacting thoracic segments 6-8 Possibly Anomalocaris Rudkin (1979, fig. 1C, D)
‘W’-shaped injury on the anterior section of the right side of pygidium Possibly Anomalocaris Rudkin (1979, fig. 1E, F)
‘V’-shaped injury on right side of thorax impacting thoracic segments 7-8 Possibly Anomalocaris Rudkin (1979, fig. 1G, H), refigured in Rudkin (2009, fig. 1B)
‘U’-shaped injury on posterior right side of thorax impacting thoracic segment 10 and the anterior right pygidium Anomalocaris Briggs and Whittington (1985, p. 37)
Cicatrized ‘W’-shaped injury on the anterior right side of pygidium Anomalocaris sp. Pratt (1998, fig. 1A)
‘W’-shaped injury on the right side of thorax impacting thoracic segments 3-6 and minor ‘U’-shaped injury on the left side of the thorax impacting thoracic section 5 Anomalocaris sp. Nedin (1999, fig. 2C)
‘W’-shaped injury on the left side of thorax impacting thoracic segments 2-5 Total group euarthropod with gnathobases or gnathobase-like structures; e.g. amplectobeluid radiodonts, trilobites, and other artiopodans Bicknell and Pates (2020; fig. 7A, B)

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